WhatsApp Linkedin Free Green Hospitality Programme Workshop takes place in Limerick “WITH further increase in Energy prices expected in October alongside recent landfill waste cost increases – taking control and greening your business has never been more pertinent,” said Maurice Bergin, Director of the Green Hospitality Programme. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “Green Hospitality Certified Members achieve Energy, Water and Waste costs that are between 25-50% below the Irish average which allows them to compete in these challenging times”.Maurice Bergin was speaking at the launch of The Green Hospitality Programme (GHP) national Workshop series. The GHP which offers Internationally recognised Environmental Certification will continue its very popular 2011 Workshop series during October for its members and is also inviting interested hospitality businesses to attend, to find out how easy it is to become more efficient and reduce costs and also achieve recognised environmental certification. The next Workshop takes place on the October 4 next at the Carlton Castletroy Hotel in Limerick commencing at 9.30am.“By adopting the GHP criteria members are also opening up new markets by tapping into the increasing worldwide demand for more environmentally friendly businesses”, said Bergin. “Whilst cost is still the main driver for consumers purchase decisions, customers are definitely becoming more aware of the environmental impact of their lifestyles”. They are conscious of companies that do things right and in brands that share their own values. The advent of social media means that companies must also be more honest with their customers or they’ll be found out very quickly and that is just as important for the hospitality industry as any other, It’s a win win for business if done correctly!”.The GHP workshops are free of charge and open to anyone who might be interested. For more information or to register your attendance for a workshop, email [email protected] or phone 021-435 4688. www.greenhospitality.ie Facebook Print News‘Green’ image resulting in reduced costs is Key to Business SuccessBy admin – September 29, 2011 479 Email Advertisement Twitter Previous articleCelebrations all aroundNext articleOriental marinated salmon with a zesty chutney admin
By Dialogo December 03, 2012 Honduran authorities found between 15 to 20 tons of pseudoephedrine or paste to manufacture this drug hidden inside a tunnel on a farm 200 km north of Tegucigalpa, on November 29. “They found 344 bales of the drug, that might be pseudoephedrine or paste, weighing between 15 to 20 tons,” said Elvis Guzmán, the spokesperson for the Prosecutor’s office in the northern part of the country. The police operation started on November 24 and resulted in at least 12 arrests, as well as property seized worth 100 million dollars. According to Guzmán, the drug was wrapped in plastic and tape and hidden inside a 15-meter-long cement tunnel. “This would be the largest drug seizure; however, we still need to verify what kind of drug it is. Everything indicates that it is pseudoephedrine, but we need to verify the exact amount and if there are any more drugs on the premises,” he added. Honduras and other Central American countries have become a transit and storage area for drugs coming from South America, destined for the United States.
Kilmer told 12 News the passes will be given out by the YWCA on a case by case basis, but the intended purpose is to help people who need rides to work, doctor’s appointments, and the grocery store. “It seems like there’s an awful lot of division at times here, and for someone to be that thoughtful and that kind and considerate, while he said it’s a small gesture, I think it’s gonna have a big impact on a few lives. We appreciate it,” Kilmer said. Working with Broome County Executive Jason Garnar’s office, Kilmer was able to give the bus passes to the YWCA in order for the organization to better help people taking advantage of their services. Kilmer spoke highly of the unnamed man’s generosity, especially just before the holiday season. “He knew that a lot of our riders were either the working poor or very dependent upon public transportation, and that even a couple of dollars could make a difference in their lives,” Kilmer said. “I was so impressed by the gesture that I immediately found another,” Kilmer said in the press release. The ‘Secret Santa’s’ generosity came in the form of 111 single-use passes and 50 two-ride passes. Broome County Transit commissioner Greg Kilmer received a call from a man wishing to remain anonymous, who offered to buy $200 worth of bus passes to give to people in need. VESTAL (WBNG) – A generous donation by a community member will now allow those in need across Broome County move around easier. In an official press release from the County Executive’s Office, Kilmer was taken back by the donation, that he found another person also wanting to give back.
Massimiliano Allegri is on Arsenal’s shortlist to replace Unai Emery (Getty Images)Massimiliano Allegri has major doubts over replacing Unai Emery as Arsenal manager, according to reports.Emery is under increasing pressure following his side’s 2-2 draw at home to Southampton on Saturday and is facing further calls from supporters to be sacked.Earlier this month, reports claimed that Allegri and Mikel Arteta have been identified by Arsenal as two potential replacements for Emery.But according to Duncan Castles on The Transfer Window podcast, Arsenal now face a difficult task of convincing Allegri to become their new manager.ADVERTISEMENT Comment Unai Emery is under increasing pressure after Arsenal’s draw against Southampton (Getty Images)Allegri is understood to be intent on joining a club who can compete for a league title, while he also plans to win the Champions League with his next side.AdvertisementAdvertisementEverton also made a surprise move for Allegri last month as a potential replacement for Marco Silva but the 52-year-old is likely to reject a switch to Goodison Park due to similar concerns.As it stands, Arsenal are facing the prospect of a fourth season in the Europa League, while they are already 19 points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool. Advertisement Massimiliano Allegri won five Serie A titles with Juventus (Getty Images)Allegri, meanwhile, has been out of work since leaving Juventus at the end of last season.The Italian is understood to have been living in London and has been learning English to help prepare himself for a move to the Premier League.Allegri won five Serie A titles with Juventus and guided the Italian club to two Champions League finals, although he lost on both occasions.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Massimiliano Allegri has doubts over Arsenal job as pressure on Unai Emery grows Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 26 Nov 2019 1:09 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link938Shares Advertisement